2009 KAWASAKI Ninja ZX-6R TOP SPEED
Having seen that it can break, we’re now more interested in ZX-6R’s engine performance. The manufacturer claims greater mid-range torque after adding new double bore velocity stacks, high-load cam profiles as well as new piston profiles, coated piston skirts and piston rings. We’re also sure that the revisions to the cam chain and the light, cool exhaust collector layout have much to do with achieving the low-and mid-range performance without affecting the top end of the powerband.
At the front, all that braking power is applied on a pair of 220mm rear petal disc (10mm larger than on the previous generation model) while the rear brakes feature a revised brake lever mounted coaxially with the footpeg, increasing that way mid-stroke braking efficiency and feel.